MLB Hall of Famer and former manager of the Nationals Frank Robinson will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Nationals Park for Game 3 of the N.L.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sure, there was that routine flyball Bryce Harper never saw amid the Kansas City twilight, a botched play that will show up on All-Star blooper reels for decades to come.
At the end of a frustrating -- and, as it turned out, controversial -- night at the ballpark, the Nationals find themselves in something of a sticky situation.
Game in a nutshell: The night began as a referendum on Chien-Ming Wang's status as the Nationals' No. 5 starter and the possibility of Ross Detwiler taking his spot.
It's been six years since the New York Yankees last appeared in Washington, D.C. It feels like 600.